Did you mean said david?
Sajid Javid: rose—
Sajid Javid: What steps he is taking to promote adult and community learning.
Sajid Javid: If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.
Sajid Javid: I am glad that my hon. Friend is setting out plans to increase higher apprenticeships, because for many young people that is a better route to successful employment than a university degree. For the benefit of the House, will he outline how many higher apprenticeships were created by the previous Government?
Sajid Javid: Has the Chancellor considered what would happen to our growth rate if we followed the advice of the shadow Chancellor, which is opportunistically to oppose every spending cut and every tax increase proposed by the Government?
Sajid Javid: British banks employs hundreds of thousands of people and many of them are hard-working young people. Does the skills Minister agree that it would be a fantastic achievement to see an apprentice in every branch of every high street bank, and what can he do to help achieve this?
Home Affairs: The work of the Home Secretary.
Witnesses: Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Home Secretary Sir Philip Rutnam, Permanent Secretary, Home Office
Sajid Javid: In government.
Sajid Javid: What recent progress he has made on establishing the commission to consider the West Lothian question.
Sajid Javid: This May, 11 English cities, including Sheffield, will be holding mayoral referendums. There is considerable evidence that elected city mayors lead to better local leadership and wider political participation, so will the Deputy Prime Minister join me in urging people to vote yes?
Sajid Javid: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills how many employers in Bromsgrove constituency have received payments to take on their first young apprentice under the Government's incentive scheme since its inception.
Sajid Javid: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?
Sajid Javid: rose —
John Bercow: ...further references to the Lincolnshire Echo or to matters of sartorial taste. What we do need are some questions about the business of the House, and I know that a fine example will be set by Mr Sajid Javid.
Sajid Javid: Will the right hon. Gentleman tell the House whether he still believes that the Government’s plans are “consistent, coherent and comprehensive”? If not, when did he change his mind?
Sajid Javid: What steps she is taking to support British food exports.
Sajid Javid: What recent reports he has received on the security situation in Syria; and if he will make a statement.
Sajid Javid: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what estimate she has made of the number of (a) senior members of the Syrian administration and (b) prominent supporters of the Syrian regime who hold joint UK and Syrian citizenship.
Sajid Javid: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what assessment he has made of whether (a) senior members of the Syrian administration and (b) prominent supporters of the Syrian regime who hold joint UK and Syrian citizenship are using their UK citizenship to evade international sanctions against Syria.